Rhode Island Sport Fishing
Book your next fishing trip or vacation with Reel to Reel Sportfishing Charters LLC, offering Rhode Island fishing charters. From fluke to tuna, we present deep-sea fishing at its finest.
We offer our fishing charters some of the best striped bass fishing in the world. Our location is the closest port to the prime fishing grounds off of Block Island, Rhode Island, allowing us to offer guaranteed fishing satisfaction; you will find fish of numerous varieties inhabiting these waters.
Our fast diesel-powered 35’ custom-built fiberglass sportfishing charter boat will get you to the fishing grounds quickly, comfortably and safely, permitting you to start your trip immediately. Filled with the latest state-of-the-art electronics to locate fish, our sportfishing boat is equipped to help you have a satisfying trip. To guarantee your safety, our vessel is equipped with a 10-person life raft and 406 Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon (EPIRB).
To allow fishing year round, our main cabin is enclosed and heated. In addition, two bunks and a restroom are located down below in our boat to suit your needs.
We offer fishing trips year round and sail twice daily from the scenic port of Galilee. Coast Guard licensed and insured since 1993, we possess the professional experience, knowledge and skills to ensure you have a safe and fun trip. We provide high quality fishing tackle—“Penn” reels and “Starr” rods—which are included in your trip.
While we are federally regulated to carry six passengers including crew, we also offer an open boat or split charter for small groups and individuals that do not have a group of six. This allows you to put your name on a list to split the charter between two groups of people or individuals. For those that like to fish but do not like large crowds, this is the perfect opportunity. If you have a larger group, we have access to an entire charter boat fleet.
One call does it all! For the fishing adventure of a lifetime, call Capt. Scott Lundberg at 508-450-1112.
33 State Street
Captain Scott Lundberg